March 06, 2020 - Electronics
At PawnGuru, we’re the only place you can get accurate data online for how much pawn shops pay for Beats headphones or earbuds, based on real transactions that have happened within the past 12 months.
Whether you want to know the pawn value of Beats Solo, Studio, Powerbeats, urBeats, EP, Pro, Tour, we’ll give you up to date data on how much pawn shops pay for Beats by Dr. Dre. But first, we’re going to tell you about PawnGuru and how we’ll help you pawn effectively and for the most money possible.
In order to understand how PawnGuru will help you sell you beats for cash near you, you need to understand how our online platform works. In a nutshell, we connect pawn shops with pawn customers online to make the beginning of the pawn process easier.
We eliminate the need for you to physically visit multiple pawn shops in your area to find the best offer on your beats. How do we do this? Well, when you sign up for a free account on PawnGuru, you list your item for sale online and all the local pawn shops in your area that are interested in it will send you cash offers online.
This benefits you because you get to compare all offers in your local area. What’s more, you avoid potentially wasting your time walking into shops that don’t take Beats—because not all pawn shops take them.
According to our data, the average pawn price of Beats—and this is the average of all generations lumped together—is $44. The minimum price paid for a set of Beats headphones is around $10, and the maximum was $150.
Why the huge variance in pricing? You can attribute this to the type of Beats, the condition of the headphones (or earbuds) and other specific factors. Beats that are of the newest generation and in great condition are going to sell at the highest price, whereas those that are of older generations and in poor condition are going to sell for less.
It can also simply depend on the location of the pawn shop.
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Below you can see Beats pawn price by model. You’ll notice we don’t include every type of Beats available on the market. This is because we didn’t have enough data on those that were left out, so we left them out—we wouldn’t want to mislead you.
Now that we’ve answered the question, “how much do pawn shops pay for Beats” you have a rough understanding of the least and most money you can get for your headphones. With PawnGuru, you can rest assured you’re going to get the best price possible.
David Stiebel is one of the cofounders of PawnGuru. David was educated at MIT, where he studied Math. He subsequently worked at Bain as a data scientist before starting PawnGuru in 2015. He started PawnGuru to build a better tool for pawn shops and consumers to connect.More Articles